Take Kenmore's online survey, give input on Target Zero Initiative logo

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City of Kenmore
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In April 2014, the Kenmore City Council adopted “Target Zero,” a resolution that aims to end pedestrian and bicycle fatalities and serious injuries as the result of a collision with a motorized vehicle by 2025. In support of the Target Zero Initiative, the city is launching a community outreach strategy.

The city is collaborating with V2 Works in Kenmore on the creation of a Target Zero logo. The logo will allow citizens to easily identify Kenmore’s safety efforts and will be used on promotional materials such as informational handouts and giveaway items.

We are seeking residents' input on three logos.

Submit your feedback via the online survey, The survey deadline is Aug. 14.

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